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Airbus UK Broughton travelled to a wet and windy Llandudno for a top of the table clash this afternoon, with only one point to seperate the sides before kick-off. The visitors were reduced to 10-men on the 30 minute mark, as Joseph Palmer was shown his marching orders after receiving two yellow cards. The sides went into the break with a stalemate, but the Wingmakers were quick out of the blocks in the second half. League top scorer Adam Davies missed from the spot on the 50 minute mark, but substitute Jake Eyre converted from the spot after 69 minutes to give the visitors the lead. A late Oliver Lanceley tap-in secured all three points for Airbus.

There were eight goals at the Recreation Field, as Llanrhaeadr-ym-Mochnant hosted Colwyn Bay, the visitors being victorious. James Kirby netted four times for the visitors, with Mitchell Bryant and Sam Jones also grabbing a goal each. Matthew Williams and Gus Harris scored for the hosts.

Holywell Town continued their recent form to make it three successive wins in the Cymru North, with a 4-1 victory over Conwy Borough at Y Morfa. The hosts took the lead initially, with Harry Lockley opening the scoring after 13 minutes, but Dylan Allshorn and Daniel Andrews both scored for the Wellmen before half-time. Second half goals from Daniel Sullivan and Ilan ap Gareth completed ensured all three points for the visitors.

An emphatic 6-1 victory for Guilsfield over Prestatyn Town takes them up to second place in the Cymru North. Goals from Iwan Matthews, Jamie Hyne, Robert James and a Steven Blenkinsop hat-trick earned the hosts all three points.

Geoff Kellaway netted a brace for Penrhyncoch in their 2-1 victory over Gresford this afternoon. Kellaway opened the scoring in the first half, before doubling the hosts' lead from the spot in the second half. Jack Jones reduced the deficit for Gresford in the 87th minute, but it wasn't enough to stop the hosts from taking all three points.

Buckley Town travelled to Ynys Môn as they took on Holyhead Hotspur at the New Stadium. Liam Morris opened the scoring for the hosts in the second half but Jake Roberts and Asa Hamilton turned the game on its head to earn the visitors a 2-1 victory.

Llanidloes Town earned an important three points as they emphatically beat Bangor City 5-2 at Victoria Park. Luke Boundford gave the hosts the lead, before the Citizens turned the game on its head to lead 2-1 at the break with goals from Taylor Thain and Giacomo Mello. The second half saw the hosts score twice through Connor Bird, Boundford netted a second and George Clarke scored the fifth to secure the points.

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